Our students know how to write when they come to us, but they are clearly experts by graduation. Good journalism means understanding your audience and how to put words together, whether it's for an investigative piece on local government or a script for a documentary. Understanding how to access information, organize data, seek out sources, write and edit for clarity all play a major role in our students' lives, and at the end of the day, there's no doubt about it: Writing skills are marketable. Everywhere.
How do we do it? Our class sizes are small because we're accredited, much smaller than a normal high school writing class, and our instructors are dedicated to routinely getting work back to students quickly so they can learn from their mistakes. It makes a difference.Share via these networks: